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acroplane.org is the new name for electrotoxic, launched in 2001 as a collective running local events and online promotion of electronic music from producers in ireland. five years on and the label has developed into more than just a local showcase with incoming releases from international artists as well as the best electronic produce from our own shores. All previous Electrotoxic releases are still available for download.

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Outer space. A time after the past and before the future, a rogue astro bandit named Jack Tiraquon has uncovered a relic from the long lost vaults of groove, floating freely in space. The creator, known as Mr. 8040, is said to have been a high ranking Space Dimension Controller in the quadra-sector of the Tiraquon6 security barrier, but legend tells of Mr. 8040 occasionally losing his mind and breaking out in a frenzy of galactic funk. These frenzies were recorded and are now presented to you...
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Topics: electro, techno, galactic funk, acroplane, boxcutter, filaria, monolith
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by Bazz Barr
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Bazz has been inspired by artists such as Richie Hawtin, Mike Shannon, Bruno Pronsato, Pheek, Matthew Dear, Jay Haze & the Textone/Contexterrior collective and many others. His productions centre around a wide variety of minimal & glitch filled stutters and scrapes created using a bedroom PC and lots of software.
Topics: Techno, minimal techno
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'The 3rd Chapter EP' is the first release from eN, a budding laptop musician from London, currently studying Music Informatics in Brighton. Pairing the alluring qualities of atmospheric breaks and harsh edited Jungle rhythms with washed out synthetic soundscapes and deep bass, it walks the line between the tranquil and intense. A founding partner of the No-Test collective and the infamous Erisian Discharge night’s, eN has been an up and coming force to watch out for, for some time now....
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Topics: jungle, soundscape, idm, banging, dancefloor, acroplane, brighton
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Some wonderfully weird Techno, Dancehall, Ambience, Dubstep and Noise from Wrong Music co-founder Ebola. In the past he has released music of varying styles, from Grime to Harsh Noise on Wrong Music, Mutant Sniper, Sublight and Proboscus. Check out his brand spanking new ‘Mutant Dubstep’ EP on Spectraliquid too!
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Topics: electronica, dubstep, techno, dancehall, ambient, noise, ebola, acroplane,wrong music
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"This was originally released as a 3" CD on October Man Recordings in two editions; green (first) and gold (second), on the 5th of July 2008. I remembered reading that Ian had planned to re-release it as mp3s at some stage, so I had to get in there and acquire it for Acroplane. It's the 1st Koen Park music I encountered, and is still probably my fav of his releases, although i've enjoyed everything i've heard to date. Melodic Electronica as good as any i've heard. So yeah, enjoy....
Topics: melodic, electronica, koen park, ambient
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Fresh from his successes on Planet-Mu, Barry has given us this nice little slice from his past. From Barry - "I made Koss, 98 Loop and Rhodes Draft in 1998 right after I got my first PC for doing tunes on. I was heavily into DJ Shadow so I wanted to try putting tracks together from samples of old vinyl, which I already had a decent sized collection of thanks to my Dad. I also spent ages going through all the record shops in Belfast looking for old jazz and soundtracks and stuff like that...
Topics: boxcutter, 1998, hip hop, downtempo, jazz, reaktor, melodic, acroplane, lo-fi, barry lynn
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"About 18 months ago I had a notion to do a track with Warrior Queen, & when I got to London to record the vocal track I ended up in a small studio in Stretham Hill with A bunch of big Jamaican blokes (chuffing heavily) and of course... Warrior Queen. All was going accordingly until she went out on a call and I was approached by this huge black guy who demanded (politely though) that I record a version of him on the rhythm. Naturally I obliged and in one take he laid down such a...
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Topics: dub, dancehall, jungle, dubstep
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by Sean Quinn
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Seán Quinn is an electronic musician/composer/producer who grew up listening to the music of Kraftwerk, John Foxx, Tangerine Dream, Brian Eno, La Düsseldorf. He is the only Irish person ever to be signed to the legendary ambient label E.G. Records whose roster included Brian Eno, Robert Fripp, Harold Budd etc. He has worked with producer & System 7 mainman Steve Hillage, and also the Penguin Cafe Orchestra & Language recording artist TAO from Japan. As one half of electronic duo The...
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Topics: Ambient, Melodic Downtempo, Chillout
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The debut album from Berlin’s Vertical67. If you’ve ever caught a live performance you’ll have heard his more acidy/ravey works, but for this LP we see a much more personal side to him. At times uplifting and psychedelic, others dark and melancholic, this 18 track LP is a huge musical statement, and is really quite astonishing in depth and scope. Mad skills. Enjoy.
Topics: electronica, jungle, psychedelic, vertical67, berlin, acroplane, downtempo, bass
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Colour Codes is Red Box Recorder's second album on Acroplane, and is a definite improvement on last year's debut. Embracing a gamut of different styles, and incorporating live instrumentation and orchestral samples alongside intricate programming, it is an upbeat and colourful record. Absolutely free download. Includes PDF booklet of exclusive artwork by Max McLaughlin. http://www.maxmclaughlin.com
Topics: eletronica, red box recorder, acroplane
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Directions is the first VA release on Electrotoxic, a 12 track compilation straddling the various styles of both previous and forthcoming releases